State Court Felony And Misdemeanors
If you have been arrested and are facing misdemeanor or felony charges in Kentucky, you are likely concerned about the penalties facing you and how your future will be impacted. You may be looking at any combination of fines and restitution, jail time and probation.
At Boyd Law Office, PSC, your needs will be fully represented. Our law firm fights for your justice in an unjust world.
As an attorney for 20 years, Matt Boyd has developed positive working relationships with law enforcement and prosecuting attorneys in and around Lexington. He is here for you at the worst time of your life. His criminal defense experience has not made him jaded. He remains compassionate and client-focused, a lawyer fighting to get you the help you need and give you hope.
Penalties For Kentucky Misdemeanor And Felony Charges
For Kentucky misdemeanor charges related to traffic offenses or marijuana use, you may be facing 90 days (Class B) to 1 year (Class A) behind bars.
Felony charges can have a greater impact against your criminal record and carry more serious penalties. Boyd Law Firm, PSC, negotiates and litigates to reduce or dismiss felony charges that include:
- Capital offenses — may include a life sentence in prison or capital punishment
- Class A — prison sentences from 20 to 50 years for offenses such as arson or raping a child under age 12
- Class B — 10 to 20 years of imprisonment for armed robbery or seriously injuring someone with a firearm
- Class C — sentence of 5 to 10 years for forgery or theft in excess of $10,000
- Class D — one to five years for marijuana trafficking, especially near a school
For repeat offenses, including multiple DUI charges, Matt Boyd’s experience is essential to your defense, as sentences and penalties may increase.
Contact Boyd Law Office, PSC
If you are in need of a state court felony and misdemeanors lawyer, Lexington attorney Matt Boyd is just a phone call away. Contact the firm online or call 859-252-0222 to get more information about his quality legal services. Your initial consultation is free of charge.